Thursday 4th April
11:00 (EDT) / 16:00 (BST)
Get a unique insight from the industry leaders of color.
In this 45-min webinar, you will learn:
- - Which 5 colors will dominate S/S 21 and why
- - Their origins and psychological effects
- - Why color and psychology in sport and wellness will become more important than ever
Head of Content, Coloro
Heading up the creative content for Coloro, Joanne Thomas joined from global brand WGSN, bringing with her insight into trend forecasting and future thinking. After studying Womenswear Design at university, Joanne went on to work with both luxury and high street fashion brands collecting a variety of design and consumer knowledge which she now brings to the Coloro team.
Head of Color, WGSN
Jane has been a trend forecaster for more than 10 years, following an international design career in the luxury and mass market sectors across fashion and interiors. Prior to joining WGSN she was head of forecast at StyleSight, responsible for all its forecasting. Her approach to color forecasting is influenced by global cultural and economic shifts and a deep historical knowledge of color tethered to a modern approach to its psychology. She’s passionate about pushing innovation in sustainable color usage.
Head of Active, WGSN
Throughout her near 30-year career as a functional sports designer Clare has been fascinated by how performance can be enhanced by wellbeing and technology.A former creative director at Reebok, she has worked with international brands such as Liverpool FC, the British Athletics Federation and Venus Williams. Clare translates the big cultural shifts, in consumer attitudes and innovation that will impact business in the long term and translates them into actionable strategies for product development.
Founder, Chroma Yoga
Nina Ryner has spent the last 10 years in a variety of creative industries. From graduating with a degree in Film to touring the world as a backing dancer, art directing photoshoots and running a fashion label, Nina's passion is putting her ideas to task and making them reality. After developing a keen interest in fitness and attending a variety of classes sometimes up to 6 days a week, Nina soon became frustrated with what she thought was a severe lack of imagination when it came to class experiences. There seemed to be nothing that was bridging the gap between the commercial and the experimental and this is what guided Nina to the idea of creating a unique, immersive experience. Taking inspiration from the interactive art installations of James Turrell, Carlos Cruz-Diez, Veronica Ann Janssens and Olafur Eliasson and fusing this with her ideas about futuristic fitness - the ChromaYoga concept was developed to encompass a range of multi-sensory experiences which approach yoga and wellness in a new and exciting way not yet seen before. By bringing together ancient healing practices with new and innovative modern technology, Nina's passion for the future of wellness is the driving force behind the unique experience that ChromaYoga offers.